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The Highlights of Solar Radio Physics (science nuggets) are short communications written in the language accessible to a non-expert in the specific area. The nugget is a brief description of a new and interesting scientific result, not as detailed as a scientific article, but rather written in a more discursive ‘news & views’ style.

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  • September 13, 2016
  • 09:02 AM
  • 590 views

An Analysis of Interplanetary Solar Radio Emissions Associated with a Coronal Mass Ejection by V. Krupar et al.*

by CESRA in Solar Radio Science

Type II and type III bursts are generated, via the plasma emission mechanism, when beams of suprathermal electrons interact with the ambient plasma generating radio emissions at the plasma frequency fp (the fundamental emission) or at its second harmonic 2fp (the harmonic emission) [see also previous CESRA highlights here and [...]... Read more »

V. Krupar et al. (2016) An Analysis of Interplanetary Solar Radio Emissions Associated with a Coronal Mass Ejection. Astrophys. J. Lett., 823, L5. info:/

  • September 6, 2016
  • 01:00 PM
  • 511 views

High resolution observations of radio noise storms in the solar corona

by Prasad Subramanian and Claude Mercier in Solar Radio Science

The solar corona is a well known site for particle acceleration – examples range from spectacular large flares to the hard-to-observe nanoflares that are now a leading candidate for coronal heating.... Read more »

Prasad Subramanian and Claude Mercier. (2016) High resolution observations of radio noise storms in the solar corona . Astronomy . info:/

  • August 30, 2016
  • 09:04 AM
  • 473 views

On the thermal nature of 140 GHz emission from the 4 July 2012 solar flare by Yuriy Tsap et al.*

by CESRA in Solar Radio Science

The nature of the solar flare sub-THz emission (Kaufmann, 2012) with a positive spectral slope at 200-400 GHz is still not clear..... Read more »

Yuriy Tsap et al.*. (2016) On the thermal nature of 140 GHz emission from the 4 July 2012 solar flare. Advances in Space Research, 2016, 57, 1449. info:/

  • August 23, 2016
  • 09:02 AM
  • 478 views

Bright 30 THz impulsive solar bursts by Pierre Kaufmann et al.*

by CESRA in Solar Radio Science

Impulsive 30 THz continuum bursts have been recently observed in solar flares, utilizing small telescopes with a unique and relatively simple optical setup concept (Kaufmann et al. 2015). The most intense burst was observed together with a GOES X2 class event on October 27, 2014, also detected at two sub-THz [...]... Read more »

Pierre Kaufmann et al. (2016) Bright 30 THz impulsive solar bursts . Journal of Geophys. Res. info:/

  • August 16, 2016
  • 09:04 AM
  • 447 views

Decameter U-burst Harmonic Pair from a High Loop by Dorovskyy, Melnik, Konovalenko, Bubnov , Gridin, Shevchuk, Rucker, Poedts and Panchenko

by CESRA in Solar Radio Science

We discuss the results of recent observations of a solar U-burst harmonic pair in the frequency range 10-70 MHz, performed by the radio telescope UTR-2 ...... Read more »

Dorovskyy et al. (2016) Decameter U-burst Harmonic Pair from a High Loop by Dorovskyy et al. Solar Physics. info:/

  • August 9, 2016
  • 09:24 AM
  • 461 views

Particle Acceleration and heating by turbulent reconnection by L. Vlahos, T. Pisokas, H. Isliker, V. Tsiolis and A. Anastasiadis

by CESRA in Solar Radio Science

Fermi (1949) introduced a fundamental stochastic process to solve the problem of particle energization (heating and/or acceleration) in space and astrophysical plasmas. The initial idea of Fermi with randomly moving scatterers (magnetic clouds), was soon replaced with a spectrum of low amplitude (δΒ/Β... Read more »

by L. Vlahos, T. Pisokas, H. Isliker, V. Tsiolis and A. Anastasiadis. (2016) Particle Acceleration and heating by turbulent reconnection. ApJ. info:/

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